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Shared computing: putting PCs to use in the fight against diseases

Dividing a certain quantity of computer work into units spread across thousands of computers made available by volunteers: this model, which makes it possible to reach phenomenal computing speeds, is contributing to the progress of scientific knowledge. In the medical field, for example, it has led to a considerable leap forward in the science of proteins, which is essential to fight AIDS, Alzheimer’s disease, the Ebola virus and, more recently, COVID-19.
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